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Candy Stripes

Why North
South Studio?

Instructors are classically trained and professional artists, with gallery expertise.

Background in art therapy, so we are thoughtful when considering the needs of our students.

We are a fine art studio, and we teach technical skills in a hands on way.  

Potters Wheel, Sculpture, Batik
Intuitive Art, & Stained Glass Sessions can be booked by the hour.

Fall/Winter/Spring Class Schedule


       
      Mondays      
10:30-11:30am Fine Art Class
3:30-4:30 Afterschool Elementary
4:30-5:30pm  Fine Art Class

5:30-6:30 Fine Art Class
      Tuesdays      
3:30-4:30 Afterschool Elementary
4:30-5:30pm Afterschool Program
5:30-6:30pm Fine Art Class
7:00-8:00pm Fine Art Class
     Wednesdays
9-10:30am Adult Art Class
10:30-11:3am Homeschool Class

4:30-5:30pm Afterschool Program
6:30-7:30pm Fine Art Class
      Thursdays
4:00-5:30pm Advanced Art Class*
5:30-6:30pm Fine Art Class
      Saturdays
9-10am Littles Art Class
10-11am Fine Art Class

 

*Advanced art has always been offered as a 1hr class (4:30-5:30). Starting in fall of 2023, we are adding an additional 30 min to the course as optional studio time. 


 

 



 

Detailed class descriptions, payment options and registration forms can be found at the footer of this page.

Sculpture Class

Hand building, Potters Wheel and Carving

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Meets: 
4th Saturday of every month (11am-12pm);

1st Wednesday of every month (5:30-6:30pm)
2nd Wednesday of every month (5:30-6:30pm)


*there are a limited number of wheels available; spots are first come first serve. Please contact the studio to check availability before paying for your class.
$35/person/class. 
Sculpture and clay classes are priced per class. Please see the calendar below for details.

Fall 2023: Pottery students who have taken 5 or more classes and who do not need 1 on 1 instruction are welcome to rent the wheels during any of our fine art classes. See our fall/winter/spring class schedule. Contact us for scheduling.  1hr long session/$35

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Class Descriptions/Registration Forms/Payment Links

Fine Art Lessons

Recommended for ages 10 and up, though younger students may be considered if they are able to focus quietly.

Fine Art Lessons are work at your own pace classes, designed to build technical skill while focusing on subject matter that inspires each student. Students are encouraged to bring printed reference photos to class as inspiration, while working on each piece.  If students are unable to do this, the studio has an extensive binder of reference options.  Classes meet once a week, with 4 week commitment.  In order to best place students, a  review of portfolio/example pieces and interview may be required to enroll in any of the fine art classes.    These classes require a strong ability to focus and work independently.  $30/lesson.  Class size: up to 6 students depending on the needs of the group. 
Steps to enroll: 
1. Fill out a registration form.
2. The studio will reach out to confirm classes
3. Complete payment using the link below or we will provide you with one via text.
(Due to demand for classes, the studio will hold spots for only 48 hours after the payment link has been issued)

About your Instructor:
       Candace Thibeault holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, as well as Art Therapy and Public Relations. Candace has experience in showing, curating and producing art at university & gallery levels.  She has served as juror for several New England Universities and has curated work for many industries; such as pharmaceutical companies, restaurants and hotels . Candace has had her work published in several Publications, digital and hard copy.  Her illustrations were purchased for a jewelry line that was featured as the 'Best gifts for the Holiday' in The Charlotte Magazine. She has been an educator for over 15 years, and has helped many of her students gain acceptance into prestigious art programs such as RISD, Massachusetts College of Art And Design and Savannah College of Art & Design.  Candace has spent time working with alternative schools and students who have needed very particular types of art projects and therapies.  Candace currently teaches full time from her home studio and produces work in the form of commissions and portfolios for upcoming gallery shows.

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